New: Ruger 10/22 Heat Shield from Samson Manufacturing

The B-TM Heat Shield is an aftermarket product designed to protect the hands of shooters from the heat of the barrel of a Ruger 10/22.

Grey Birch Solutions Foundation Chassis: But Wait, There’s More!

Grey Birch Solutions has a modular chassis system for the ever-popular Ruger 10/22 style of .22lr rifle. Take a look-see.

Strike Industries’ New AR Flat Top Overmolded Pistol Grip

Looking to upgrade your Personal Defense Weapon? Check out this new reduced-angle pistol grip from Strike Industries.

Tacticalize Your 22 – FAB Defense Ruger 10/22 Stock

Production of the Ruger 10/22 easily exceeds over seven million models sold. This little fella has been kicking around since 1964 and continues to be the most dominant rimfire rifle sold on the market. Ruger 10/22s have been used far and wide for plinking, hunting, target practice, and even in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It’s been […]

Ruger BX-25 Mags — All the Goods

Ready to up your 10/22 game? These Ruger BX-25 extended mags double your training and plinking fun. Keep 'em clean with dust covers, too.

The BFSIII 22-C1 – Binary Life with the Ruger 10/22

The BFSIII 22-C1 is the latest from Franklin Armory and is one of many in a long line of awesome binary triggers. Like every other binary trigger, it changes the way the gun functions but does not change its overall reliability. The BFSIII 22-C1 is one helluva way to make a 10/22 an even more fun gun.

Franklin Armory releases new binary trigger for 10/22 platforms

The BFSIII 22 C1 Binary Trigger is a binary trigger for the Ruger 10/22 from Franklin Armory. Lookin' to shoot a binary trigger more cheaply? Take a look.

SHOT 2017 – Return of the 10/22?

<p>With the election in favor of pro-gun Americans, will the once market-dominating 10/22 return to it's former greatness?!</p>

Mag of the Month: Ruger BX-25 X2 10/22 magazine

<p>In the past, non-factory 10/22 magazines with more capacity than 10 rounds were finnicky and unreliable at best. There were a few exceptions, but for the most part anything other than Ruger 10-rounders were sub-par.</p> <p>That all changed with the introduction of the BX-25.</p>

Is Ruger’s 10/22 still an ideal first rifle?

The Ruger 10/22 has an endless array of aftermarket parts, simple-design, and rugged construction. It's a great choice for any shooter.

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